future. THE UU.VAWAY.S. Said Peter once to sister Pruo; " "I have a splendid notion; Let’s rim away, both me and you, And cross the land and ocean! V.’c'i! steal out by the garden gate, Provided they don’t leek it; Ivo eigbtecnpsnce, at nny rate, And biscuits in my pocket.” Alas! for alt these plans so line! At half-past eight they stamd; But they were back by half-past nine, Most wearv and down-hearted. For Prue fell down and hurt her head. And Peter tore Ids stocking; “We’d better go by day,” they said; “These roads at night are shocking.” “To our ailent heroes," little WUlro read from the memorial btouze. “ Pa, what are ‘ silent heroes ’ “ Married men,” said pa,
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914
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